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Feb 12, 2016 5:30pm PST
stories, you'll have a lot of fun! - it's an old friend of george's. - i'll barricade the door. - no. that won't stop johnny moore. he's loud, obnoxious, chauvinistic, and the worst part of all, george really looks up to him. - well at his height, who don't he look up to? (audience laughs) - oh i don't know what i'm gonna do about johnny, he's just one of those people. - well what do you mean? - well, have you ever been cleaning a window that just refuses to wipe off? - i don't do windows. (audience laughs) - oh. then have you ever been cleaning under a bed and come across one of those stubborn dust balls that refuses to budge? - i don't do under beds. (audience laughs) - oh. then have you ever been cashing your paycheck and gotten a lot less money than you thought you should've? - yeah, but what does that got to do with johnny moore? - nothing, but that happens when you don't do windows or clean under beds! (audience laughs) - you know, i bet you're worried about nothing. mr. jefferson's friend must've changed by now. - oh i don't know florence. - believe me mrs. jefferson, everybod
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Feb 1, 2016 5:30pm PST
, george,for the last five years. i thought i remembered that. see, we communicate. louise,i'm so frustrated. i've tried telling tomabout my new project. but it's a wonderful project. i know, but tomdoesn't seem interested. he only talks aboutthat silly bookhe's working on, the miracle of snoring. you think you got problems? i'm having lunch with ralph for national doorman's day. is this nationaldoorman's day? on our calendar,it's next month. you're going, george. helen, let's have a cup of coffee. i can't, louise.i'm running late. by the way, if tom asks, i'm at the help center working on that project he's not interested in. who cares? oh, george, your tie is loose. can you believe how she acted? she deserves willis. george,this is serious. helen's my best friend. i can't remember whenshe's been so upset. florence, did you hear what helen said? i was in the kitchenminding my own business. well, listen, george-- but if mr. willisdon't start their marriageis all over. weren't you minding your own business? i was till i heardthe juicy part. i ain't neverbeen married, but-- you never
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Feb 17, 2016 5:30pm PST
. george gave me a stock tip, and guess what. you need a loan. hardly. that stock shot up. i sold it yesterday and made $3,000. oh! did you come down here to share your profits? well, it'll bea little difficult. helen's wearing it. oh, thank you, florence. child, if that ever becomes a hand-me-down, i'm down. it does looksensationalon you, helen. i can almost forget those animals that died so you can wear it. i'm glad you like it. i must find a way to make some money without working. you have-- this job. we're going out on the town. have fun.you look gorgeous. thank you. see you later. bye-bye. whenever helen puts on her coat, she'll think of you. i sure will. i'm so gladyou could help tom. if you're not careful, helping peoplecould become a habit. not a chance. mr. jefferson, how about taking a shot at helping me? i'd love to, buti've never beento medical school. can we please be serious? when it comes to high finance, you got a knack for making money. yes, i do. but i don't. yes, you don't. give me advice like you gave mr. willis. if i give everyone advice, the world would be rich
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Mar 27, 2016 5:30pm PDT
highlights of the biggest little parade in the bay area. >>> it was a family story that george was probably on some island. >> nearly 100 years after it sank investigators cracked the case of a ship wreck. the soalledbigge litt just few nutesgo. ==vo >>> the so-called biggest little parade in san francisco ended just a few minutes ago. check it out, the 25th annual easter parade marched down union street. it was packed with families, kids dominating here today. parents say it is a great place to bring the kids and kids say it is paradise. face painting, live music and bounce houses. >> i wanted to do something fun with her where there would be a lot of kids and activities and what not. she is having fun so far. >> another activity is microphone grabbing. an easter bonnet contest where kids, adults and pets could win prizes for the most outrageous easter hats. >>> rob, i hear that peggy bunker was in the top three finalists at the easter bonnet contest. >> we need to see pictures. >> right now 59 degrees in san francisco. a bit breezy where it may not feel 59 degrees. 30 miles per hour down
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Aug 14, 2015 5:30pm PDT
george. >>> tonight the western u.s. is caught between extremes. monsoons bringing torrential rain and flooding while much of the region is also baking in triple-digit temps. and with a so-called godzilla el nino we've been telling you about brewing in the pacific, months of historic weather chaos could be ahead, affecting the rest of the country, too. nbc news national correspondent miguel almaguer has our report. >> reporter: it rolled in with fury. this las vegas monsoon wreaking havoc. lightning sparking fires, torrential rain triggering flooding. a fast-moving summer storm that could be a preview of what's to come this winter. >> el nino's definitely a double-bladed sword. it will provide drought relief but it also provides an awful lot of mayhem and damage. >> reporter: nasa climatologist bill paxter says a monster el nino is moving in our direction. scientists can see it in the water. the rising temperatures associated with el nino in the pacific may seem small, roughly three degrees. but for forecasters it's enough to predict big changes in our weather all across the countr
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Feb 15, 2016 5:30pm PST
again threatening to sue ted cruz and taking aim at george w. bush over 9/11. trump's risky attack as the former president hits the trail. >>> hospital bombing. a new horror in syria. medical facilities and schools are hit. children are killed. >>> a massive storm from louisiana to maine. snow and ice in the north. a tornado outbreak hits the south. >>> and heartburn alert. new concerns about prescription meds millions take to treat it linked to kidney disease, now linked to an increased risk of dementia. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. in an election year already fraught with improbable plot twists and drama, now this. the ideological balance of the u.s. supreme court suddenly in limbo. tonight there's late word on who president obama might be considering to replace the late justice scalia as lines are drawn for an epic battle between democrats and senate republicans, who are determined to leave the choice up to the next president. tonight, the current president
NBC
Dec 26, 2016 6:30pm EST
surging this holiday weekend. >>> remembering a superstar, the tributes tonight to george michael, as the music world and millions of fans remember the '80s pop icon. >>> and inspiring america. how some were able to make it home for the holidays thanks to the spirit and generosity of one man going the extra mile. "nightly news" begins right now. >>> fr . >>> good evening, i'm peter alexander, in tonight for lester. for millions of americans at the end of the long holiday weekend, the weather is a top concern tonight. already the post christmas rush is off to a slow start after whiteout conditions and fierce winds in parts of the plains and upper midwest. and freezing rain that could complicate travel in the northeast. tonight for the first time, we're also hearing one mother's incredible survival story, hiking 26 miles in the snow after her family's car got trapped near the grand canyon. dave gutierrez is tracking the worst of the weather tonight. >> reporter: tonight the upper midwest is digging out after a relentless christmas blizzard. >> how the heck am i getting out of here? >> repor
NBC
May 12, 2016 5:30pm PDT
the ground. >>> up in arms. george zimmerman sparks a major new furor, auctioning off the gun he used to kill trayvon martin, calling the weapon a piece of american history. >> breaking news in the death of joan rivers, late word of a major settlement between the doctors and her daughter, melissa. >>> an alarming rise in strokes, striking people in 20s, 30s and 40s. why is it happening? the risk factors everyone should be aware of. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt reporting tonight from washington. >>> good evening. mr. trump goes to washington. insiders are telling us a reaccept ty -- receptive donald trump came ready to listen in the most talked about political summit this city has seen in some time. today's meeting between trump and house speaker paul ryan created plenty of buildup and drama but largely left us still guessing whether the most powerful republican will endorse his party's expected presidential candidate. the word of the day, encouraging, ryan's term. after sitting down with trump and other party leaders, ryan
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Nov 5, 2015 5:30pm CST
house continues tightened security for u.s.-bound planes. >>> family feud. george h.w. bush, the new biography unleashed harsh words about his son's presidency and dick cheney and donald rumsfeld. jeb is caught in the mild. >>> a kidnapping solves by the victim himself. 13 years after the fact, how a teen when he was applying to college, made the shocking discovery he had been taken as a boy. >> a new weight loss pill showing great promise melting dozens of pounds away without surgery. how it works. "nightly news" begins right now. >> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news with lster holt." >> good evening. president obama is confirming with government sources have been telling us, the possibility that a bomb brought down that egypt's sinai peninsula. the white house also today said it is now considering security changes for some international flights coming into the u.s. so far, only the u.s. and britain have publically raised the possibility that the crash was an act of terror, with russia and egypt saying it's too soon to know. conflicting informat
NBC
Mar 9, 2016 7:00pm EST
tonight, a tribute to the man many will remember as the fifth beatle. george martin was a veteran of the royal navy with a background in classical music when in 1962 he met four mop-topped unknowns who played rock 'n' roll, and together they changed music and the world forever. nbc's harry smith looks back. ♪ >> reporter: it was george martin who signed the fab four to their first record contract. ♪ please love me do >> reporter: his classical music liverpool bar band into a worldwide pop sensation. martin was the one who sped up the tempo of "please, please" turning a tearful dirge into their number one hit. ♪ like i please you >> reporter: can you even imagine "yesterday" without the accompanying spring quartet. ♪ yesterday came >> reporter: horns in "sergeant pepper." ♪ >> reporter: all that accompanied the beatles musical adventures from india. ♪ >> reporter: to psychedelia. ♪ lucy in the sky with diamonds ♪ >> reporter: came from martin. paul mccartney said if anyone deserved to be called the fifth beatle it was george martin, and it was he who brought the dramatic o
NBC
Jan 10, 2017 6:30pm EST
gun laws. the presidential farewell a time honored tradition since george washington. now chance for the 44th president to reflect with nine days until he closes the final chapter on his presidency. >> thank you america. god bless. god bless you, united states. >> reporter: in speech excerpts released moments ago president obama will praise the american values embodied in the city saying this is where change only happens with ordinary people get involved, come together and demand it. after eight years as your president, i still believe that. kate. >> you can see president obama's address tonight at 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific right here on nbc. >>> there's breaking news now out of charleston where a jury late today sentenced avowed white supreme assist dylann roof to die for that horrific church massacre. we have late details from the courtroom. >> reporter: following weeks of disturbing evidence and testimony, the juror's unanimous decision took about three hours. dylann roof convicted of 33 federal counts including hate crimes should get the death penalty. >> this is a very hallow v
NBC
Jan 18, 2017 6:30pm EST
! >>> breaking news tonight, former president george h.w. bush now in intensive care with pneumonia, needing help to breathe. and barbara bush has been hospitalized as well. we're at the hospital with the latest on their conditions. >>> confirmation clash. fireworks as democrats confront donald trump's picks. showdowns over obamacare and education. >>> across america, our road trip takes us to north carolina where the fup of health care and the military are among the deep divisions. major issues facing president-elect trump. >>> and breaking her silence. today, the teenager kidnapped hours after she was born found alive 18 years later. how she feels about the woman who raised her as her mother. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt reporting tonight from fayetteville, north carolina. >>> good evening from one of america's most famous military towns near ft. bragg, home to the men and women of the 82nd airborne, among others. behind me, the special operations, an elite airborne. two days before a new commander in chief takes office
NBC
Oct 16, 2015 6:30pm EDT
blame on former president george w. bush. and tonight the reaction from brother jeb. >>> and reports tonight that lamar odom is awake and breathing on his own and even spoke following days of uncertainty after his collapse. >>> and flu season is coming. the major push from the cdc to get everyone vaccinated. but how effective will the shots be this year? "nightly news" begins right now. >>> good evening. we begin tonight from just above our los angeles newsroom. a large part of southern california and nevada are for a second evening under flash flood watches after thunderstorms trergered a massive earth slide burying cars and trucks under five feet of floods. hundreds left stranded. some trapped in cars after heavy rains in the deserts outside of l.a. turned the ground to a boulder filled soup and closed down 40 miles of the busy interstate 5 which connects northern and southern california. miguel almaguer is about an hour north of us in lake hughes where people are trying to dig out before the next rain comes. >> reporter: this was the moment of impact. torrential rain, pounding hai
NBC
Mar 9, 2016 5:30pm PST
the fifth beatle. george martin was a veteran of the royal navy with a background in classical music, when in 1962 he met a group of mop-top unknowns. they changed music in the world forever. ♪ >> reporter: it was george martin who signed the fab four to their first record contract. his classical music training lifted the liverpool bar band into a worldwide pop sensation. martin was the one who speeded up the tempo of please please me. turning it into their first number one hit. can you even imagine yesterday without the accompanying string quartet. and horns in sergeant pepper. all that accompanied the beatles' musical adventures from india to psych a delia, came from martin. paul mccartney said, if anyone deserved to be called the fifth beatle, it was george martin. and it was he who brought the dramatic orchestrations to mccartney's bond theme. later on, martin helped elton john turn his candle in the wind to good-bye england's rose in tribute to princess diana. martin was the guiding hand that nourished and encouraged the creative forces of the beatles' considerable talents. it
NBC
Feb 16, 2016 2:07am EST
multiple attacks, threatening to once again sue ted cruz and taking aim at george w. bububu over 9/11, right as the former president hits the campaign trail in support of his brototr. we get the latest from nbc's peter alexander. >> reporter: he's back. former president georor w. bush on the campaign trail, this time for jeb in s sth cacalili. >> thank yououor your hard work for jeb. thank you for what you'u' going to do which is to vote for him on saturday here in the grere state of >> reporter: 43 aiming to m me his younger brother 45 rise to the white house, appearing together for the first time since jeb announced. >> thanks to brother for giving us someththg to do today, somethinggimportant. i'i' proud of his ndidacy, and i'm really proud to have been invited. >> reporter: but on this president's day donald trump is tryryg to crash the party, attacking w. today over 9/11. >> the world trade center came down during his reign so it's like, you know, he was the top. >> reporter: and for invading iraq. you had him on the aircraft carrier saying allorts of nderful things. theear was e
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Apr 22, 2016 5:30pm PDT
royals and meet prince george. but their trip sparking anger in a battle over britain's future. >>> money for retirement from reverse mortgages. why experts who once warned about them are now saying they're a much safer bet. >>> miracle survivor. she nearly died in a mass shooting, but walked out of the hospital two months later. tonight our exclusive interview with her. >>> "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. the intrigue over the death of music superstar prince only deepened today as authorities near minneapolis declined to reveal preliminary autopsy results. the 57-year-old purple rain artist was found in his home and studio complex yesterday morning, and declared dead a short time later. as fans continue to memorialize prince and gather outside his home in tribute, the local sheriff has publicly pledged to respect prince's privacy, and told reporters there were some things he would not be able to talk about. sure to fuel speculation about the possible cause of his death. nbc's ron mott has the latest
NBC
Mar 9, 2016 6:30pm EST
man many will remember as the fifth beatle. george martin was a veteran of the royal navy with a background in classical music when in 1962 he met four mop-topped unknowns who played rock 'n' roll, and together they changed music and the world forever. nbc's harry smith looks back. >> reporter: it was george martin who signed the fab four to their first record contract. please love me do >> reporter: his classical music training lifted the popular bar bond into a sensation. martin was the one who sped up the tempo of turning it into a number one hit. if i please you >> reporter: can you even imagine "yesterday" without the accompanying spring quartet. horns in "sergeant pepper." >> reporter: all that accompanied the beatles musical adventures from india. >> reporter: to psychedelia. lucy in the sky with diamonds >> reporter: and if anyone deserved to be called the fifth beatle, it was george martin, and it was he who brought the dramatic organizations to mccartney's "bond theme. to live or let die >> reporter: later on, martin helped elton john turn his "candle in the wind" into
NBC
Aug 14, 2015 6:30pm EDT
distance from prince george. palace officials issued a letter complaining that photographers are going to extreme lengths to snap pictures of the 2-year-old prince, going so far as to use other kids to draw george into view on playgrounds. it also mentions that cars have pursued the family, which draws to mind of course the circumstances surrounding the death of george's grandmother, princess diana. >>> and it's a girl for our own jenna bush hager and her husband, henry hager. poppy louise hager joins older sister mila, former pront george w. bush shared a photo of his new granddaughter explaining poppy was named after her great grandfather, former president george h.w. bush, who was named poppy as a child. >>> when we come back, the promise made 54 >>> when we come back, the promise made 54 ...and tkind of like you huffing sometimes, grandpa. well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said.. doctor: symbicort could help you breathe better, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort does
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Feb 24, 2016 7:00pm EST
headed into anne arundel county, northern prince george's county. we can follow it right on down. so at least areas along i-95 out of d.c. don't have the pounding rain on area roads right now or the high winds. southern portions of the county around 7:22. so, again, a tornado warning now in effect until 7:45. we've had a tornado watch all day. difference between a watch and a warning, a watch is watching for the potential for storms to develop. a tornado warning means we have a tornado that is out there, at least on radar. let me take a look at this. i want to see how they are picking this up. if it is just on radar or if they have had any issue of this on the ground. i don't have it just yet. go ahead. >> the questions that we had, a viewer asked, well, what's the difference between all the colors that we're showing here? so, the tornado warning that was just issued for areas of st. mary's, calvert county, that is the bright red that you're seeing here, and that comes straight out of areas around montrose, around westmoreland, around northumberland where there was the earlier tornad
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Jan 8, 2016 6:30pm EST
about george w. bush, vladimir putin and princess diana. >>> and biggest jackpot ever. huge lines as the jackpot explodes to more than $800 million. could it grow to a billion before the numbers are drawn? "nightly news" begins right now. >>> good evening. the images of our top story are beyond chilling. video and photos of a police officer ambushed at close-range by a man with a gun. and nearly as chill robert griffin iii ty are the implications this might be an isis inspired violence. the victim, a philadelphia police man, who survived being shot at 11 times and took down his attacker who allegedly told police he did it in the name of islamic. steve peterson is in philadelphia with the latest. >> reporter: these chilling surveillance images show the moment a gunman dressed in a traditional white arab robe opened fire on a philadelphia police officer at point-blank range, shooting at least 11 times. >> shots fired. i'm shot. i'm bleeding heavily. >> reporter: 33-year-old police jesse hartnett was hit three times in the arm. as the gunman ran away, he kept shooting. but the our ma
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Sep 7, 2017 7:00pm EDT
back here tonight, he's growing up so fast. a major rite of passage for prince george. kevin, meet yourkeviner. kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin kevin trusted advice for life. kevin, how's your mom? life well planned. see what a raymond james financial advisor can do for you. pbut he's gotup with work to do.ack. so he took aleve this morning. he'd be stopping for more pills right now. only aleve has the strength to stop tough pain for up to 12 hours with just one pill. tylenol can't do that. aleve. all day strong. all day long. check this sunday's newspaper and save over $20 on products from aleve. how much money do you think you'll need in retirement? then we found out how many years that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen? it turned out, a lot of people fell short, of even the average length of retirement. we have to think about not when we expe
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Sep 27, 2016 5:30pm PDT
their children, george and charlotte. >> they just look like a royal couple. >> elegant, for sure. >> lester holt is next for "nbc nightly news." fact-checks, and the fallout from the first clash between donald trump and hillary clinton. the most watched debate in american history. plus, the former beauty queen thrown into the debate crossfire. trump doubling down his attacks on her appearance. >>> blazing inferno. a blistering heatwave fueling wildfires, threatening hundreds of structures, residents under emergency evacuation. >>> emotional plea. a little girl moved to tears in charlotte, her powerful message about police shootings. and new details about the man whose death sparked a week of protests. >>> house explosion. a sudden blast levels a home, killing a fire chief and father. >>> and crying in baseball. a star pitcher honored after his shocking, tragic death. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. a campaign that has all year long defied political norms and
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Sep 7, 2017 6:30pm EDT
, pregnant with baby number three, was home with severe morning sickness, so 4-year-old george held on tight to dad, prince william. >> he's been watching all the others coming in their uniforms. >> you've got your backpack as well. >> reporter: a backpack with the prince's official school name, george cambridge. his grandfather, prince charles, started the tradition. school outside of the palace. 30 years ago it was william's turn, hand in hand with diana. now george and a new tradition, a private coed school. ballet for girls and boys, philosophy for 5-year-olds. >> the fees are around $20,000 a year, and they do, you know, rack of lamb, not your average mac and cheese. >> reporter: prince william said the day went well, just a happy father and son and a princely after-school portrait. kelly cobiella, nbc news, london. >>> when we come back, more from here in miami. bracing for hurricane irma. al roker will be here with the latest. stay with us. >>> nbc "nightly news" is brought to you by edward before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet..
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Feb 4, 2017 6:30pm EST
temporary restraining order is in the public interest. >> reporter: judge james robart appointed by george w. bush explained his decision with a stinging look and determine if the executive order is rationally based. rationally based to me means i have to found it grounded in facts as opposed to fiction. >> reporter: today democrats seized on the new developments. senator chuck schumer among demonstrators in new york city. >> dump trump! >> reporter: while the longest serving senator, patrick leahy said, "the president's hostility toward the rule of law is not just embarrassing, it is dangerous. he seems intent on precipitating a constitutional crisis." meanwhile, vice president pence visited the constitution's historical home, philadelphia. pence heaped praise on the vital role of judges but focused on the president's nominee for the supreme court. >> judge neil gore su-- gorsuch is cut from the same cloth as our country will be stronger with him on the supreme court. >> reporter: the impact of president trump's immigration policy certainly goes beyond u.s. borders. and it has been a part
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Feb 18, 2016 3:37am EST
: it's no secret that just ask "seinfeld"'s george costanza. >> i want to bite into a big hunk of cheese, bite into it like it's an apple. >> reporter: an fda investigation raising the question what's in the cheese you're eating? in 2013 the agency targeted castle cheese saying what the company labeled as 100% parmesan cheese was actually a blend of cheaper cheeses and cellulose, an organic filler which can be derived from wood pulp blasting a company in a letter saying, quote, your parmesan cheese products do not contain any parmesan cheese. the company took corrective action but ended up filing for bankruptcy and could not be reached for comment. the fda allows up to 4% filler product like cellulose in cheese, but experts say it's what's in the other 96% that might not be exactly what you think. experts say some companies go too far. >> they are trying to do things that we don't notice but to cut corners so that they can make money. >> reporter: food fraud initiative tracks cases of involving certain brands of cheese, extra virgin olive oil and seafood. top chefs like nbc contributor t
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Sep 9, 2016 6:30pm EDT
security experts on what she calls her top priority, defeating isis. republicans like george bush's homeland security secretary michael chertoff. by videoconference, former cia director david petraeus. >> when it comes to questions of war, peace, and the safety of our country, we can't let between us. >> reporter: a deliberate contrast to donald trump. but with the polls tightening, a new ad portraying clinton as a problem-solver. >> it takes democrats and republicans working together. >> reporter: and another attempt to reintroduce the softer side of clinton. trying to fix a problem first identity in this white house memo when her husband was president, advising the first lady, you can show more flashes of humor and reveal more about yourself. now decades later, clinton posting about students when taking her law school aptitude test at harvard. i know i can be perceived as aloof or cold or unemotional, but i had to learn as a young woman to control my emotions. plus last night a speech on faith. >> i've made my share of mistakes. i don't know anyone who hasn't. >> her next challeng
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Sep 27, 2016 5:30pm MDT
the george washington bridge in 2013 for political payback. but today a key witness testified that not only did christie know about it at the time, he laughed about it too. nbc's stephanie gosk has more. >> reporter: bridgegate lasted four painful days in 2013, causing massive traffic jams for cars, emergency vehicles, and school buses on the george washington bridge. >> no cars are really coming our way. >> reporter: today in a federal courthouse, prosecutors said a former port authority official told new jersey governor chris christie two days into the crisis that it was no accident. state officials allegedly closed lanes to the bridge to punish a local mayor who didn't endorse christie's re-election was appointed to the port authority by christie testified that he and his boss, bill baroni, met with the governor at this 9/11 memorial service. according to wildstein, baroni told christie, governor, there's a tremendous amount of traffic in ft. lee. please know mayor sokolich is frustrated. wildstein told the court the governor laughed when he heard the news. today christie once a
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Dec 25, 2016 3:30pm PST
george michael has died. he passed away peacefully at home but did not offer many more details about a cause. michael shot to fame in the '80s duo wham of the chart topping song "wake me up before you go-go." a solo career with mash hit of "careless whisper" and of course "i want your sex." that's sad news from london. george michael dead at the age of 53. >>> tonight debbie reynolds is speaking out for the first time since her daughter suffered a heart attack from the flight from london to los angeles. she was rushed to the hospital where she was in intensive care. in a statement, my daughter kerri fisher is in stable condition and to all her friends and fans, i thank you all for your prayers and good wishes. >>> now the celebrations across the country and throughout the world this christmas. a moment of pause to spend time with family and friends maybe play a new toy or two. morg morgan radford takes a look at this santa glow. >> santa is here, he's headed your way maybe by ski or sleigh. it is that time of year, yeah, christmas is heere and the whole world is ready to spread a lit
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Jan 14, 2016 6:30pm EST
george clooney is using her star power to fight an out of control crisis. "nightly news" begins right now. >>> good evening. we begin with a brand-new nbc news/"wall street pair of eye-openers in the republican race. donald trump has more than doubled his lead nationally over ted cruz since december. trump now leads the republican pack at 33%. in a clear sign republican voters are taking his campaign more seriously, 65% say they could now see themselves supporting trump, up from 23% in march and nightmare oregon the gap with cruz who had 71% tops on that question. it's a critical snapshot of the state of the race 2 1/2 weeks before the iowa caucuses. and hours before tonight's republican debate. here is hallie jackson with the latest. >> reporter: filling up and counting down to tonight by the numbers. from ten candidates this sum for seven on the main stage tonight. zero room for mistakes. ted cruz defending himself against news he borrowed money from goldman sacks for his first senate run without telling the proper personal disclosures. the loans from goldman and citibank up to $750
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Mar 12, 2016 6:30pm EST
. >> reporter: now being compared to george wallace's confront confrontational bid for the white house in 1968. >> you ought to learn to behave in a crowd, my friend. let's crowd them out again. >> george wallace felt it was helpful for there to be at least a little bit of violence at his rallies. you have to ask the same question about donald trump this year. >> reporter: three days until primaries in five key delegate delegate-rich states and trump is promising he will bring folks tonight. >> we want to get along with everybody. we can get along with people. we will unify the country. >> reporter: he will have to convince voters his rallies aren't tearing people apart. >>> trump's rivals for the gop nomination are visibly frustrated with the chaos defining the party. toxic to describe the clashes. two republicans are now waiving in their support for trump should he secure the party nomination. that port art of the story from gabe gutierrez. >> reporter: seeming more frustrated than before. trump's top contender here in florida is saying the situation is careening toward anarchy. these i
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Feb 27, 2017 5:30pm PST
new resistance to those calls by the white house. now former president george w. bush, who has rarely spoken out on politics since leaving office, is weighing in exclusively with nbc news. our white house correspondent kristen welker has details. >> reporter: tonight, mounting scrutiny over russia after top republican congressman darrell issa breaking ranks with the president, calling for a special prosecutor to look into potential ties between trump campaign aides and russian officials. >> you're going to need to use the special prosecutor's statute and office. >> reporter: the president declining to directly weigh in today. >> do you support a special prosecutor on russia? >> reporter: as the press was hustled out, whispering he hasn't spoken to russia in years. >> i haven't called russia in ten years. >> reporter: that contradicts mr. trump's own public statements. this 2014 speech one of many in which he's touted his ties to russian president vladimir putin. >> as an example i own the miss universe, i was in moscow recently. i spoke indirectly and directly with president pu
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Mar 3, 2016 6:30pm EST
, is george clooney quitting acting? >> as you age on screen, you can't sit in front of the camera. >> his thoughts about the unforgiving camera. why his days on s could be numbered. >> you're forever young, george. >> not so much. >>> are katy perry a orlando bloom moving in together? after their sexy hawaii vacation, we have the new shot shottings shots in new york, why they could be house hunting. >>> and the hollywood wives plastic surgeon. >> is it a bad idea to operate on your own wife?
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Mar 12, 2016 6:30pm EST
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